I'm at a loss here. I've been using Handbrake for a while now to create 1080p mp4 files from Blu-Ray rips. I use MakeMKV to create a mkv file, and then send it Handbrake to export to mp4. It's been working great so far, but things get ugly when I try and figure out a way to add subtitles to the mix. I don't need subtitles for every movie, but for those that have parts that are non-English, I'd like to be able to create forced subtitles. I'm currently using Handbrake version 0.9.5. I have chosen not to upgrade to the latest version, because I found the "Target Size" feature very useful. I watch these files both on my MacBook Pro and PS3, so I've formatted my external hard-drive to FAT32 so I can use it on both devices. And as you know, you cannot transfer files over 4GB so that feature comes in handy to make sure I don't go over that limit. Now with MakeMKV, there is no option to burn the subtitles into the mkv file. Instead, it uses the PGS/SUP Format which my current version of Handbrake cannot read. I've tried supplying Handbrake with separate SRT files that I've downloaded from websites, but they don't always synch properly. Any suggestions on how to obtain working subtitles to use with Handbrake based on my current approach? Or do I need to upgrade to the current version and learn some tricks on how to ensure I stay under a 4GB limit?